Weightlifting better than walking and cycling for heart: Study

While it is well known that physical activities promote heart health, a new study suggests that weightlifting, rather than walking and cycling, can better help keep heart diseases at bay.

Delhi's air quality is very poor as thick fog engulfs the national capital

After a day's respite, the air quality in the national capital again deteriorated to 'very poor' category on Saturday as the dispersion of pollutants slowed down.

Omega-3 fatty acids will reduce these risks

Increasing the intake of omega-3 fatty acids during pregnancy reduces the risk of premature births, says a new research.

Shocking..Deodorant kills boy..Know details

It is not good news for deodorant users. A 19-year-old recovering drug addict died after inhaling deodorant in an attempt to get high, doctors who treated him in the Netherlands have revealed in a case report to highlight the fatal consequences of inhaling chemicals.

Is Facebook encouraging you to consume alcohol? A research say so...

Alcohol advertisements on social media sites such as Facebook can increase young adults' desire to drink if the ads contain pro-drinking comments from users, according to a research

Obesity causes depression, sadness: Tips to stay fit

Overweight and obese people may be at increased risk of depression, even in the absence of other health problems, warns new research

See how your breakfast and diabetes are closely related; don't miss

You have heard that breakfast is the most important meal of the day. Breakfast, as the name implies, is to break the fast between dinner and lunch.

Social media use linked to depression, loneliness: Study

Excessive use of social media including Facebook, Snapchat, and Instagram is associated with poor well-being which could lead to depression and loneliness, researchers have warned.

Women who get up early will never have breast cancer

Women who begin their day early are likely to have a lower of risk breast cancer, than late beginners, suggests a research.

Skin cancer deaths higher in men than in women: Study

The global death rates for melanoma -- most serious type of skin cancer -- has seen a steep rise in men since 1985, with mortality rates among women rising more slowly or even declining, according to researchers, including one of Indian-origin.

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